oxd-https-extension is a RESTful, Jetty-based server that accepts
HTTPS calls and redirects them to the
oxd-server. If you want to connect apps to your oxd server via
HTTPS, you can simply start the
oxd-https-extension after deploying, configuring and starting your
Install the oxd package as described here.
After the oxd package is successfully installed, and the
oxd-server has been configured and started, start the
oxd-https-extension service by executing the following command:
To stop the
oxd-https-extension, move on to configuration.
For manual installation,
oxd-https-extension have to be installed separately.
oxd-server manually as described here.
oxd-https-extension following these steps:
- Download the
oxd-https-extensionjar file from maven repo
- Configure the server in the
oxd-https.ymlfile in the same directory. Configuration explained here
- Make sure the
oxd-https.keystorefile exists and is properly referenced in the
- Run the application with the following command:
java -jar oxd-https-extension-3.1.4.Final.jar server oxd-https.yml